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Old 06-23-2013, 08:40 AM   #31
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The few people that come to my house are the only ones that know how many guns and how much ammo I truly have. No stickers, or Licence plates. If anyone asks, I sold it to John doe last week lol. Try not to advertise my collection
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Old 06-23-2013, 10:34 AM   #32
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I have USMC veteran plates, an NRA Life Member sticker, and a 5.11 sticker, so I guess someone could deduce that I was a gun owner by that.
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On both my vehicles, my plates only show I'm a Carolina Hurricanes fan... So the answer is no. No plates, no stickers and I don't open carry. I don't care what others do (or to get into a debate about it either)... But IMHO, a sheepdog is supposed to blend in with the flock....
Until a threat presents itself, that is.
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My truck has a Veteran plate but nothing else, I used to display my NRA sticker proudly but now that Im a second class citizen in my own state, that will never happen again. Ive considered changing my Vet plate due to the fact being a Veteran in our Nation can now be used against me; after all, we all have PTSD and were baby killers!

Its not a good idea to wear our beliefs on our collar anymore. Where I work, an Obama sticker will get you a hi five, a Romney one will get you negative comments. Hell, my US ARMY Veteran hat has caused some less than positive comments. My rule of life is keep them guessing at all times, answer questions with the least amount of descriptors possible and dont give them any ammo they can shoot back at me.
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Vanity plates are for "vain" people who wear too much makeup... color their hair... and own annoying little dogs.

Just my .02 Cents.

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I fulfill two of those three 'requirements'. I don't have vanity plates. I don't know what I'd want it to say and I'm too cheap.......no, thrifty, that's it, thrifty.

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no vanity plates for me. nothing against them, but i'm too much of a cheapskate. i can buy two pounds of powder for the extra it costs for a vanity plate!
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My truck has a Veteran plate but nothing else, I used to display my NRA sticker proudly but now that Im a second class citizen in my own state, that will never happen again. Ive considered changing my Vet plate due to the fact being a Veteran in our Nation can now be used against me; after all, we all have PTSD and were baby killers!

Its not a good idea to wear our beliefs on our collar anymore. Where I work, an Obama sticker will get you a hi five, a Romney one will get you negative comments. Hell, my US ARMY Veteran hat has caused some less than positive comments. My rule of life is keep them guessing at all times, answer questions with the least amount of descriptors possible and dont give them any ammo they can shoot back at me.
Well if no one there appreciates you as a vet... I certainly do. Thank you for your service. This country and its people should be grateful and indebted to you and other like you. (Insert salute here)....
As for getting fired at... What was that line from Zombieland... "Only if they shoot at me first.... GOD please let them shoot at me first !! "
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Well if no one there appreciates you as a vet... I certainly do. Thank you for your service. This country and its people should be grateful and indebted to you and other like you. (Insert salute here)....
As for getting fired at... What was that line from Zombieland... "Only if they shoot at me first.... GOD please let them shoot at me first !! "
Thanks NC, I wouldnt say nobody appreciates it, just way too few driving the bus do and they influence the legislation and prosecution of todays rules and regs. Who would have imagined the words Patriot and Constitution would be Red Flags in America?
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Vanity plates are for "vain" people who wear too much makeup... color their hair... and own annoying little dogs.

Just my .02 Cents.

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I don't wear makeup, or color my hair, Florida blonde is fine, and do own an annoying little dog. Otherwise, I agree with Tack. I like to be under the radar.
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